Saturday, July 28, 2012

Publications, Tigergrab article, AFV Modeller, Modelar

I just received my copies of my latest magazine publications, the Tiger's grave. In the articles you'll find a complete biuld-up and gallery photos describing the process of composing and creating the Tiger vignette using various technics like using hairspray method for white washed vehicles, creating realistic mud, scratchbuilding figures and more.
Enjoy.




German KIA soldier, another oldie, 1/35 scratch

Yet another one from my recent retrospective posting of the 2006 figures commisions. This was a try to portray a killed in action German soldier. The figure comprises of 5 parts and was created using magic sculp and green stuff and some resin components.



Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The Bodi, US Army Leutenant, 1/35 painting WiP

The painting saga continues, today another Bodi's sculpt, a US officer in winter overcoat. I will write more about recently presented figures when I start working on the diorama they are dedicated for. Stay tuned.



Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Panzer crewman, old 1/35 commision

Some of you may remember that in earlier postings about the German retreat from Moscow figure I wrote that in 2006 I was ordered to do some commision work for a figure line that eventually wasn't launched at all and the commision was cancelled while I managed to creat 5-6 figures. This panzer Commander figure is another example of that commision. Hope you like it, the vintage style. 



Monday, July 23, 2012

The Bodi, US Army G.I. PFC - another 1/35 WiP

Today yet another US army figure painting WiP, this time Krisztian's Bodi's Private First Class from his own brand - The Bodi.



Thursday, July 19, 2012

Alpine Miniatures, US Army G.I. tanker conversion, WIP

Yet another painting WiP, this time the excellent Alpine figure by Krisztian Bodi, sligtlhy converted to carry a M3 Grease Gun tanker SMG. 



Saturday, July 14, 2012

Napoleon's footsteps...german soldier, retreat from Moscow, XII.1941, WIP

Today's posting - painting my old sculp of a german soldier from the failed Operation Typhoon, December 1941. The Germans were close to Moscow, yet not so close...Napoleon's fate met the german army...
Started the paintjob yesterday.